Youngstown police say an argument inside a house in Youngstown ended with a woman being stabbed.
The Youngstown Schools CEO and 28 teachers talked about the good and bad of the city schools.
On Nov. 8, citizens in Salem will vote on whether or not to change the way the city’s government operates.
Jack Luchette told his story at his alma mater Penn State Shenango.
Turkey claims that the company managing Ohio charter schools, including Horizon Science Academy in Youngstown, funds terrorists.
Three dozen Northeast Ohioans are currently volunteering for Hurricane Matthew cleanup. Red Cross says more are needed.
The Youngstown-area man posted the Facebook video, hoping to create awareness and urge those struggling with addiction to get help.
Getting all 1,100 students evacuated took just 45 minutes, but it wasn’t as orderly and efficient as it should have been.
The advisory was issued Monday after a water main break.
Police said Timothy Clinkscale walked into the store, pulled a knife out of his sock and pointed at an employee.
A model fire house was set up so elementary students could practice escaping in smoke.
The center will offer mental health counseling, conduct psychiatric evaluations and help with medication management.
There haven’t been any arrests yet, but police said a man who lives in the W. Liberty Street house is a subject of interest.
Police say the suspect, who is still legally married to someone else, had been living with the victim for some time.
Eddie DeBartolo, Jr. was honored for his contributions to professional football and the high school.
Attorneys on both sides believe Anthony Natale’s mental health is an important issue for the court to consider at sentencing.
Neighbors called police after they heard gunshots.
The Centers for Disease Control says now is the time to get a flu shot. And this year, there are some changes to the vaccine.
The plan includes renovating shelters, pavilions, trails, and roads.
Across the Valley, doors at your county Board of Elections open at 8 a.m.
The incident occurred early Sunday morning. The woman told police she was robbed for $210.
The Backpack Program, which makes efforts to feed children on weekends, celebrated an $88,000 grant from Walmart on Tuesday.